bifenox

bifenox

[bī′fen‚äks]
(organic chemistry)
C14H9Cl2NO5 A tan, crystalline compound with a melting point of 84-86°C; insoluble in water; used as a preemergence herbicide for weed control in soybeans, corn, and sorghum, and as a pre- and postemergence herbicide in rice and small greens.
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aplant protection products: aclonifen, bifenox, cypermethrin, dicofol, heptachlor, quinoxyfen
The products to be divested are bifenox, a range of herbicides for cereals; chlormephos, a range of insecticides; and dodine (doguadine), a fungicide for use in fruit trees.
Diphenyl ethers (n = 11) Acifluorfen Acifluorfen-methyl Bifenox Chlomethoxyfen Chlornitrofen Chlornitrofen-amino Chloroxuron Diclofop-methyl Fluazifop-butyl Nitrofen Oxyfluorfen 3.